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Islam may be called a universal religion in that it recognizes one God who rules the entire world. On the other hand, because Islam grew out of a particular seventh-century Arabian context, Muslims claims that its central document, the Qur'an, must be read in Arabic in order to be fully appreciated. How can Islam resolve the tension between the universal and the particular?
Can any religion be for people of all races and nationalities without giving up its distinctive cultural heritage?



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